Sports Premium

 

Sport’s Premium Funding – Impact evaluation for academic year 2015-16

What is Sport Premium?

Sport Premium is an amount of money which the government allocates to schools each year up to the year 2020. The funding amount schools receive is based upon the number of children of primary age the school has.  The Sport Premium has to be used to increase the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, and increase participation in PE and sport.

At Godley Primary Academy, we strive to promote healthy and active lifestyles and aim to provide sporting opportunities for all our pupils.

The 2015-16 Sports Premium funding for Godley Primary Academy was £9075

Key Objective

Funding

Positive impacts on staff development and pupil progress

  1. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

 

 

 

 

£3500

Prior to the Sport’s premium funding, we already had a varied and exciting extra-curricular programme, mainly led by teaching staff.  In order to attract less active children we have used the extra funding to employ new coaches in more specialised areas.  We also stopped charging parents for all sporting clubs to encourage more children to attend and also to attract more children who receive the pupil premium award. 

The children have enjoyed coaching in football, netball, dodgeball, basketball, athletics and cricket throughout the year.  At the end of each half term of coaching the children have taken part in inter school sporting competitions where they have been able to confidently display their new skills. 

As a result of this children have taken part in a wide range of cluster competitions as well as some borough competitions

  1. To promote healthy week and general health and fitness

£390

Freddy Fit delivered physical activity sessions to all children and staff in school to promote health and fitness and enhance healthy week.

  1. Increase participation in cluster competitions

Cluster membership

£500

Children took part in a wide range of sport competitions throughout the year. Cluster competitions for KS2 children included: orienteering, handball, dodgeball, girls’ football, basketball and quadkids.  10 children from ks1 took part in a relay competition.

The total number of children participating in competitions across the year was 176.

  1. Increase participation in borough competitions

£360

Children took part in a wide range of sport competitions in the borough throughout the year.  Competitions included: rugby, hockey, indoor athletics, basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, netball, cricket, quadkids, rounders, tennis, dodgeball. The total number of children participating in competitions across the year was 176.

  1. Promote healthy and active lifestyles through healthy week.

£500

Children took part in a wide variety of sporting activities and learnt ways to cook and make healthy meals and snacks

  1. Transport to sport competitions

£250

Transport was provided for children to travel to borough and cluster competitions safely.

  1. Provide extra swimming sessions for children who have exceeded NC expectation.

£1020

Children who had already exceeded the NC standards progressed further in their swimming development.

End of year 4 outcomes:  12 children exceeded the standard and developed further skills.

31/32 met the standard.

  1. Resources purchased to enhance teaching and learning in PE and physical activity

£1380

A wide variety of resources were purchased to ensure pupils have the opportunities to take part in different sporting activities

  1. Lunchtime play equipment purchased.

300

A range of equipment was purchased to promote structured play at lunchtimes.

  1. Team teaching in PE

£360

30 hours team teaching with class teachers.

10. IPad purchased to enhance teaching and earning in PE, monitoring and assessment

£250

The iPad is used to engage and motivate pupils using a wide variety of music and specific sporting apps.  It is also used effectively to model standards and generate physical aspiration, e.g Olympic champions.  Photos and videos are also taken to assess and monitor children.

11. House treat linked to PE and physical activity

£240

House team visit to the Medlock Centre – Sky High adventure.

 

TOTAL:  £9050

 

Plans for Further Investment in Children’s PE and Sport provision

In 2016-17 the school plans to further increase the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision through the following investments:

  • Training for midday supervisors.

  • Swimming session for children who have exceeded NC standards.

  • Cluster membership and borough competitions.

  • Healthy week and Freddy Fit

  • Further resources.

  • Dance coach/CPD

 

  1. Sport Grant Award - 2014-2015
  2. Sports Premium 2013-2014